How come fish have mercury in them – because isn’t seafood supposed to be healthy to eat?
What would happen if you actually did eat one of those little packets you find everywhere that says ‘DO NOT EAT’ all over it?
Why do they call it ‘plastic’ surgery? Is it because they put plastic in people?
Why do people have trouble remembering their dreams? And more to the point: is there anything you can do to improve your dream recall? Get some tips here!
What is the purpose of that little thing that hangs down in the back of your throat? It’s called the uvula, and here are the basics.
How many people have ever lived on Earth in all of time? Is it even possible to answer this question? Yes, it is possible.
You hopefully have at least one fire extinguisher at home — but do you know when to use it, or how? Here are the basics.
What’s the average height for men and women? If you’re curious how you measure up, we have some numbers for you.
Hand dryers are environmentally-friendly, sure – but ‘more sanitary to use than paper’? Not so much.
Was it something you ate? If you feel sick – really sick – how can you track down the cause of food poisoning? Get some tips here.
Where in the world did we get the custom of saying ‘bless you’ every time someone sneezes? We take a look way, way back to find out.
Why can’t you pump your own gas in New Jersey and Oregon, and have to pay for full-service? Self-service works for all the other states, so why make it illegal?
Where can you find out how to measure and calculate your BMI – and how does it relate to whether or not you’re overweight?
I was just about to throw out some old AA batteries when my girlfriend stopped me and said that I had to recycle them because “they” won’t let you put them in the garbage anymore. Is this true? Billions & billions of batteries Americans use up and throw out billions of everyday household batteries each…
You may have heard that mistletoe can kill people – and pets. But is this little plant actually poisonous, or is that mostly hype? You may be surprised by what it can do.
Are those Halloween costume contact lenses safe – like tiger eyes or ones that make it look like you have huge pupils?
Your dentist says you need work done on your #17 tooth, which means what? Here, we have your numbers – when it comes to teeth, anyhow.
To keep your hair healthy and looking its best, a dermatologist offers these tips about shampooing, conditioning, and how to protect your hair from damage.
An itchy, painful rash from poison oak is no fun at all – and just because you never had a problem before doesn’t mean you won’t have a reaction. Find out more here!
There are about 48 million cases of food poisoning in the US each year. Here, find out the top food poisoning causes so you know when to say no.